Seth Curry is drawing interest from international teams, tweets Chema de Lucas of Solobasket.com (translation via Enea Trapani of Sportando). Curry is weighing interest from NBA teams against that of Spanish club Baskonia and German club Bayern Munich. The younger brother of Stephen Curry is reportedly open to playing in Europe if he is unable to secure an NBA contract.
It is doubtful that the interest from NBA teams amounts to much, if any, 2014/15 guaranteed salary prospects for the guard. Curry is one of may unsigned free agents whose track to an NBA roster this season is most likely through competing in training camp for one of a team’s remaining roster spots.
The Octagon Sports client went undrafted in 2013 and spent most of the year with the Warriors’ D-League affiliate in Santa Cruz. The guard struggled to break into NBA action, only playing a game apiece for the Grizzlies and Cavs on a non-guaranteed contract and 10-day deal, respectively. In the D-League, he averaged 19.7 PPG and and 5.8 APG with a .437/.372/.853 slash line.